January 2023: This report summarizes USDA’s progress toward its science goals in 2022 as it strives to make research programs more equitable, tackle food and nutrition security, develop climate-smart solutions, and build more and better markets.Read more
A comprehensive set of papers that summarizes major U.S. federal laws that affect the crop, livestock, fishery and forestry sectors.Read more
15 December 2022: Based on a census of producers certified organic or transitioning to organic certification, this report provides the latest statistics on certified organic crops and livestock commodities in the United States.Read more
10 November 2022: Through data and case studies, the report covers the sustainability improvements recorded by grower members across six key metrics, the evolution of the Protocol’s membership across the value chain, and proof of its growing acceptance as an international standard in sustainable cotton.Read more
20 September 2022: The latest Climate Compendium shows that organizations across the agriculture value chain are focusing greater attention on the climate crisis. The report finds that two-thirds of Field to Market members (73%) have made public commitments on climate change, up from 68% in 2021.Read more
29 June 2022: An annual publication outlining market projections for major agricultural commodities, biofuels and fish that supports forward-looking policy analysis and planning.Read more
27 May 2022: An annual overview of USDA technology and innovations that are solving agricultural problems, including a patent-pending robotic apple harvesting technology and a unique forecasting tool for quantifying the chance of wildfire ‘ignitions’ up to 10 days in advance.Read more
U.S. farm exports are projected to reach an all-time high of €135 billion ($164 billion) this year, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA’s) quarterly agricultural trade forecast.Read more
4 February 2021: Leather’s status as a by-product is examined in this report, as informed by a quantitative economic analysis commissioned by the Leather and Hide Council of America.Read more
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